A fine list. Carli Lloyd would probably get my vote.
The virulent discrimination that Liberals don't discuss.
Sounds like I wouldn't recognize my old stomping grounds.
"Incredible home worth £2 million that's shaped like a giant stone staircase to nowhere is named as Britain's House Of The Year"
Unusual, but for $2 million+ you can have it.
For those of you who want to get an early start on your 2016 drinking.
UPDATE: link included now.
There are about 100 billion galaxies, each with an average of 100 billion stars. But now there are also a whole lot of galaxies that are "essentially devoid of stars".
"Where every dot is a historic event from Wikipedia". My wife, who teachers high school history, thinks this is cool.
Evidence for the even-a-broken-clock-is-right-twice-a-day wisecrack: Frank Bruni, generally dopey columnist in The New York Times, elegantly urges people to give children books.
Reading tugs them outside of themselves, connecting them to a wider world and filling it with wonder. It’s more than fundamental. It’s transformative.
(In addition to the charity Mr. Bruni mentions, I'd also recommend DonorsChoose.org.)
Yet more evidence that Mrs. Clinton has trouble with the facts occasionally.